US Navy nurses head online for medical tuition

July 2003
IT Training;Jul/Aug2003, p13
Trade Publication
Nurses in the U.S. Navy are to use electronic learning in a bid for more flexible training. The Yokosuka Naval Hospital, based at a U.S. naval base in Japan, introduced the material after finding that naval nurses were struggling to fit the required training into their working day. Divided into eight modules, the Essentials of Critical Care Orientation course covers a range of medical subjects, including anatomy, after-care and cardiovascular care.


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